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12/1/21, 12:43 PMAccuracy and Inaccuracy in Perception – PSYC 100: Principles of Psychology F211/1927. Accuracy and Inaccuracy inPerceptionOriginal chapter by Charles Stangor with adaptations byJennifer Walinga, adapted by the Queen’s UniversityPsychology DepartmentWe encourage students to use the “Three-Step Method” for support in their learning.Please ±nd our version of the Three-Step Method, created in collaboration with Queen’sStudent Academic Success Services, at the following link:You’ll notice that this chapter looks a bit different from our earlier chapters. A bene±t of anOpen Access textbook is that we have the ability to source and adapt content written byexperts globally that address issues that are important for our course. This chapter is fromthe text “Introduction to Psychology–1st Canadian Edition.” You can ±nd the bookhere.Learning Objectives
12/1/21, 12:43 PMAccuracy and Inaccuracy in Perception – PSYC 100: Principles of Psychology F21Describe how sensation and perception work together through sensory interaction,selective attention, sensory adaptation, and perceptual constancy.Give examples of how our expectations may in²uence our perception, resulting in illu-sions and potentially inaccurate judgments.
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